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the fall of his horse; Missing: Private J Blank. Co F — Killed: None. Wounded: None. Missing: J T Nance, A L Crezty. Co G — Killed: None. Wounded: Sergt J G Hatcher, in thigh; private A Perrow, in leg. Missing: None. Co H — Killed: None. Wounded: Sergt G W Snapp, mortally; private Wood, by fall of his horse. Missing: None. Co I — Killed: None. Wounded: Privates Lipscomb, sabre cut on heart; Leftwich, mortally. Missing: R Lee, T E Moiver. Co K — Killed: None. Wounded: Privates R Harrison, leg; J C Serpens, slightly on arm; Jno Day, severely in ankle; D Anderson, slightly. Missing. Private Morrell. Recapitulation — Killed, wounded and missing. 15. Total 34. Third Regiment Virginia Cavalry--Co A — Killed: None. Wounded: J E Reynolds. Missing: None. Co B — Killed: W W Young. Wounded: Lieut Millan, Serg J B Herbert, private West, severely. Missing: None. Co C — Killed: Sergt G M Betts, private J T Wilkins. Wounded: Capt Chappel, slightly; Lieut Jas W Hall
Col. Fry, of the Adjutant general's office, has been appointed Provost Marshal General of the United States. Two hundred thousand dollars have been appropriated by the Legislature of New York to arm the militias of the State. The Brooklyn bombarded Galveston on 24th February, and fired the town in three places. The forts responded and cut the rigging of the verse. The result in New Hampshire is as follows: Eastman. (Pence Democrat) 32,793; Gilmore, (Republican.) 28,930; Harrison (War Democrat,) 4,483. Majority against Eastman, 624. Democratic gain 4,233. Republican loss 3,170. Marcy, (Dem.) is elected in the First, and Rolland and Paterson, (Cep.) in the Second and third disputers. The Republicans have 44 majority on joint ballot in the Legislature of New Hampshire. Last year it had 83. A special correspondent of the Chicago Times, writing from Washington, says Lincoln is certainly to be impeached at the opening of the next session of Congress. Chiz